Courtney Cox Is Bummed "The Monica" Never Caught On, The Youths Want Wearables

Also, how Tiffany & Co.'s little blue box became an icon.
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Also, how Tiffany & Co.'s little blue box became an icon.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of "Friends," Courtney Cox went on Jimmy Kimmel to chat about the show... and it turns out she's still pretty bummed that Monica’s hairstyles were always overshadowed by Jennifer Aniston's "The Rachel." (In her words: "I mean, we had the same hairdresser. I don't understand!") Ah, the injustice of it all. {YouTube

Remember how a lot of consumers said they're uninterested in wearable technology? Turns out that's just people of a certain age. According to a new report from GlobalWebIndex, 71 percent of 16- to 24-year-olds are all about wearable devices. Looks like those billions of dollars pouring into the space could be worth it after all. {Forbes}

That little robin’s egg blue box tied up with a white bow will always be instantly recognizable as Tiffany & Co. But how did Pantone’s No. 1837 become the color for the most coveted and well-recognized package in the world? Here's the play-by-play, starting all the way back in 1845. {Adweek}

Yikes. Kohl’s is in hot water today for mislabeling a jacket hood as faux fur when it actually is made from the real fur of a racoon dog. And this isn’t even the first time this has happened to the discount department store. Get it together, Kohl's. {BuzzFeed}